Plesk, Debian 

The 9.0.1 Plesk packages for Debian 4.0 will install and work on Debian 5.0, EXCEPT for psa-proftpd (OpenSSL library version issue). The psa-proftpd package from 9.2.3 (first version with official Debian 5.0 support) will install correctly into Plesk 9.0.1 and appears to work correctly.
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Duplicity, Uformia 

Discovered today that while I was safely encrypting duplicity backups with a GPG key, I hadn't stored the key safely (other then in the backup itself). If the servers had failed, this would have left me with a backup that I couldn't access.

Working on Uformia's upcoming beta release. This has been eating most of my time, including two trips to the UK in the month. This got me out of the habit of posting, I'm attempting to get back into it now.
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EvoGrid, Makefiles & Nagios 

Tweaked around and compiled (to C) the EvoGrid JSON FSM, committing it.
Grabbed the last release of YAJL and built it for use.

Did some thinking and research about Digital Spaces communicating with another system over CORBA, looked at a Python system for accessing and implementing CORBA objects.

Adapted Makefiles I was provided to work with the Evogrid source. Learned a few neat things about WHY Makefiles work the way they do.

Set up Nagios NRPE to run in the DigitalSpace VPS, since I noticed it's RAM usage was ticking up and I wanted to monitor it. I already use Nagios3 at home for basic monitoring, and it seems it talks to nagios2's nrpe without any qualms. Will need to set up some custom commands for monitoring exactly what I want, but that's simple.
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VPS and Digital Spaces 

Shopped around the various VPS providers found on the net, to match the needs of the DigitalSpace websites.

Continued the Digital Spaces linux port. Almost all the work has been related to how gc4 handles templates "more correctly" then Visual Studio.
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Digital Spaces 

Working on the linux porting. Removed Win32 Browse For code, haven't replaced.

Fiddled with OpenProj, a project management tool, to try and get a bit more organized.
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